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CommentPolitical | 2:38 PM on Thursday
Thomas, who replaces Vincent Rigby, is a veteran public servant who views China as a threat
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CommentBusiness | 9:54 AM on Thursday
Some investment firms want bonuses withheld for bosses of coronavirus vaccine firms if distribution isn't fairer.
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CommentBusiness | 6:17 AM on Thursday
Combining the e-motor with a solid beam axle in back, while preserving the frame, helps keep towing and hauling numbers intact.
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CommentBusiness | 6:02 AM on Thursday
At CES in Las Vegas this evening, Sony’s Chairman, President and CEO Kenichiro Yoshida showed off a brand new prototype of its Vision S concept electric car, and announced that the Sony Group is starting a new division — the Sony Mobility Inc – whic
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CommentMisc World | 9:04 PM on Wednesday
Fire tore through a duplex home early Wednesday in Philadelphia, killing 12 people, including eight children, fire officials said.
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CommentPolitical | 7:42 PM on Wednesday
Protests this week in Kazakhstan over rising fuel costs have morphed into a nationwide state of emergency, with government buildings set on fire in the large...
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CommentMisc CDN | 2:06 PM on Wednesday
Warrants were issued for his arrest in Alberta and Ontario after breaching several court orders that he comply with public health measures
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CommentBusiness | 10:24 AM on Wednesday
Automaker Stellantis' Chrysler brand said on Wednesday it plans to shift to an all-electric lineup by 2028 and introduce new products, including a utility vehicle, as it moves forward, the North American brand's chief executive said.
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CommentEnvironmental | 10:13 AM on Wednesday
There's a huge wait-list for home energy evaluations in the N.W.T., according to the organization that carries them out. But the Arctic Energy Alliance said it's working on clearing lists of people waiting for rebates on energy efficient appliances and el
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CommentTech | 6:59 AM on Wednesday
The crackdown is killing the entrepreneurial drive that made China a tech power and destroying jobs that used to attract the country’s brightest.
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CommentBusiness | 6:57 AM on Wednesday
Ford said on Tuesday that it will nearly double annual production capacity for its F-150 Lightning electric pickup to 150,000 vehicles as the model has already attracted nearly 200,000 reservations
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CommentBusiness | 5:51 AM on Wednesday
Toyota sold 2.332 million vehicles in the United States in 2021, compared to 2.218 million for General Motors, the automakers said Tuesday
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CommentBusiness | 6:44 PM on Tuesday
Canada's 100 highest-paid CEOs had their second-best year ever in 2020, even as the COVID-19 pandemic left this country in the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.
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CommentTech | 12:20 PM on Tuesday
NASA aced the most complicated, critical job on its newly launched space telescope Tuesday: unrolling and stretching a sunshade the size of a tennis court.
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CommentBusiness | 10:44 AM on Tuesday
Canada has lost its first dispute case under the new North American trade agreement to the United States. A panel found that Ottawa flouted part of its obligation to open the dairy market. Now the U.S. says Canada could face tariffs if it doesn't fix the
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CommentMisc World | 8:38 AM on Tuesday
As gun-related homicide rates surge higher than any other wealthy country, Black Americans face the greatest risk – but who bears the greatest responsibility?
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CommentBusiness | 9:09 AM on Tuesday
The end of the line has finally come for the last remaining BlackBerry smartphones out there, as the company says services for its legacy devices will be discontinued today.
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CommentLaw & Order | 6:41 AM on Tuesday
The federal government will today announce details of a $40 billion dollar agreement-in-principle to reform the on-reserve child welfare system and compensate the First Nations children who were part of it.
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CommentBusiness | 6:28 AM on Tuesday
American activists are appealing to Tesla Inc. to close a new showroom in China's northwestern region of Xinjiang, where officials are accused of abuses against mostly Muslim ethnic minorities.
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CommentBusiness | 6:00 AM on Tuesday
Canada’s 100 top-paid CEOs made big bucks in 2020, despite the onset of a pandemic, according to a new report, which also says many of the companies headed by those CEOs received the federal government's COVID-19 subsidy.
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CommentBusiness | 5:49 AM on Tuesday
Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes was convicted on four counts of fraud and conspiracy Monday, ending a lengthy trial that has captivated Silicon Valley.
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CommentMilitary | 4:27 PM on Monday
Canadians will at long last have a better idea this year which fighter jet the Liberal government intends to buy for the air force. The selection decision, however, is expected to have more significance than simply a choice between two shining, new,
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CommentHealth | 9:47 AM on Monday
Several new cases in New Brunswick involve caretakers of those afflicted, suggesting a possible environmental trigger
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CommentBusiness | 7:11 AM on Monday
Shares in China Evergrande Group have been suspended from trading in Hong Kong on Monday pending the release of "inside information," the embattled property developer said without elaborating.
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CommentMisc World | 6:53 AM on Monday
A Hong Kong online news site said Sunday that it will cease operations in light of deteriorating press freedoms, days after police raided and arrested seven people for sedition at a separate pro-democracy news outlet.
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CommentBusiness | 5:53 AM on Monday
Despite chip shortage, automaker turns out 308,600 electric vehicles globally in the fourth quarter, far ahead of analysts’ forecasts
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CommentTech | 5:52 AM on Monday
The Public Health Agency of Canada accessed data such as cell-tower location to monitor people’s activity during lockdown, it said
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CommentLaw & Order | 10:46 AM on Sunday
Sources close to the negotiations told CBC News the agreement was reached on Friday to settle compensation claims related to a landmark Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruling on Indigenous child welfare compensation.
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CommentLaw & Order | 10:42 AM on Sunday
Calgary police say hate-motivated crimes surged this year by 44 per cent, with reported incidents of verbal assaults, physical assaults and property damage.
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CommentBusiness | 8:24 AM on Sunday
For the first time in Calgary's history, a city core that was once almost solely the domain of the energy sector and the various companies that service it is home to a small but growing contingent of technology workers.